punch


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01. The boxer knocked out his opponent with a single [punch] in the nose.
02. He got a black eye when some drunk guy [punched] him in a bar.
03. Do you have a hole [punch] so I can put my papers in my binder?
04. Mike gave Lawrence a friendly [punch] on the shoulder to let him know everything was okay.
05. For those who don't like alcohol, we have a fruit [punch] to drink.
06. Felicita made a delicious [punch] with cherry juice and vodka for the party.
07. If you don't stop bothering my girlfriend, I'm going to [punch] you in the mouth!
08. There is a Tibetan proverb which observes that one good [punch] on your enemy's nose gives more pleasure than hearing well-meaning advice from your elders.
09. Make sure you remember to [punch] the clock before you go home tonight.
10. He is an excellent boxer who is able to throw his [punches] quickly while avoiding the [punches] of his opponents.
11. The machine is used to [punch] holes in belts.
12. The young boy felt dizzy and nauseous after receiving a [punch] to the head at school.
13. The boxer hit the [punching] bag so hard that it swung up, and hit the ceiling.

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  • Punch — Punch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Punched}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Punching}.] [From {Punch}, n., a tool; cf. F. poin[,c]onner.] To perforate or stamp with an instrument by pressure, or a blow; as, to punch a hole; to punch ticket. [1913 Webster] {Punching… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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